What’s in my – May Glossybox


Today I wanted to share with you an indepth look at my May Glossybox.

As I have mentioned before, I want to try and do this every month with both Birchbox and Glossybox as I have active subscriptions to both services.


The packaging for this months box was different from their standard pink and black theme, and instead came in this gorgeous pastel cloud print with ‘Daydreamer’ printer in silver across the top. Personally I am fan of the classic packaging, but I have to admit I do love the colours and the design of this months box.

Onto the products –

Just For Feet Luxury Jelly Foot Soak – Full Size – £4.99 for 1 use

This is a foot soak that turns the water to a Jelly texture to gently moisturise and soothe tired feet, the gel is scented with lavender and lemongrass to help you relax while you soak your feet.

This comes in a variety of scents, and you can even get ones for your bath! So you can have a full body jelly bath, not just a foot bath.

I am sceptical about this one, but I will report back.. My boyfriend has even agreed to try this with me!

Maria Nila True Soft Shampoo – Travel Size (100ml) – £3.98 – Full size (350ml) – £12.98

This shampoo is a vegan product, formulated without harsh chemicals or parabens, to leave your hair stronger, softer, super shiny and frizz free.

I will be taking this and the conditioner with me on a weekend away we have coming up so keep your eyes peeled for a review!

Maria Nila True Soft Conditioner – Travel Size (100ml) – £4.99 – Full size (350ml) – £13.99

As with the shampoo, this conditioner is vegan, and paraben free. It is designed to leave hair soft and frizz free whilst also fighting to keep coloured hair shiny and vibrant without stripping the colour or causing it to fade.

It can also be used as a treatment mask, by leaving on for 3 minutes after shampooing, then rinsing out.

Both the shampoo and conditioner can be purchased from

Kueshi Facial Makeup Remover – Full size – £10.50

This is a dual layer product with a clear layer which is rich in soft oils, and a blue layer that helps to remove makeup. Simply shake before using to combine the layers, pour a little onto a cotton pad, and gently massage onto skin to break down any makeup that you are wearing.

This is something that I have actually used and I am really impressed so far! It definitely works well and doesn’t leave a greasy residue on the skin like some oil based cleansers.

Trifle Cosmetics Praline Pallet – Full Size – £15.99

This pallet has been formulated to be vegan and free of any harsh chemicals. The colours in the pallet are said to be creamy yet vivid, with an intense shade range from neutral brown to deep purple.

I have yet to try this fully but one thing I will say is this is a super small pallet that would be perfect for travelling, however it does lack a matte transition shade, so you would still need another pallet to create a full look.

The colours however are gorgeous and the packaging is super cute as well.

We Are Tea Earl Grey Tea Bag – Sample – £2.99 for 15 Tea Bags

Finally we got an additional little treat in the form of a tea bag! The Earl Grey variety is said to have delicate aromas of bergamot fruit and a blue cornflowers. It is a black tea that is refreshing and relaxing.

Overall I was super happy with this months box! I think the addition of the shampoo and conditioner was great as quite often you get one or the other and you don’t get chance to see how they work together.

I am excited to try a lot of the products that I have received and will keep you all posted with any updates I have on the products.

I hope you enjoyed this months look inside my Glossybox.

Talk to you soon!
Byee xxx


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